In Man’s Search for Meaning Victor Frankl said, “The quest for meaning is central to the human condition, and we are brought in touch with a sense of meaning when we reflect on that which we have created, loved, believed in or left as a legacy.” (more…)
On Saturday October 20, 6pm at Oldcastle Theatre there will be a screening of “Patch Adams”, starring the inimitable Robin Williams as a medical student clashing with the school’s administration over his efforts to humanize the doctor-patient relationship. The film “showcases [Williams’s] great gift for improvisational comedy and his ability to make heartfelt connection,” states Tom Keogh, Film.com. Watch the trailer here.
After the film a panel of local doctors will discuss the challenges of incorporating humanism in medical training and practice, followed by a Q&A session and dessert reception. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by calling Oldcastle Theatre at (802) 447-0564 or by clicking here.
The SpeakSooner film series is offered by the Center for Communication in Medicine (CCM) to educate the public about how to improve healthcare communication and quality of care. To learn more about CCM programs and communication tools visit speaksooner.org.